Dozens Of Common Drugs Turning Up In Our Lake WaterThe latest study by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency reveals a wide-ranging brew of medicines, cosmetics, DEET and even cocaine in the water.
How Moms Can Save Time, Money While Staying StylishYou know that friend you always look forward to bumping into because they have the scoop on the latest trend or let you know about the product you just got to have? Blogs are that friend for a lot of people, and momtrends.com is a popular one founded by Nicole Feliciano.
Ingredients To Watch Out For In Your CosmeticsAmericans, in general, spend almost $40 billion a year trying to look good. The cosmetic market represents about 15 percent of the beauty industry and includes anything from lipstick to nail polish. But what's in this stuff and how is it made?
Intelligent Nutrients Thriving After Family CrisisIntelligent Nutrients is the natural healthy and beauty business founded by the legendary Minneapolis man who started Aveda. But when Horst Rechelbacher died in February his wife and daughter had to mourn, and then get the company back to work.
Local Company Hopes To Be The 'Uber' For CosmeticsEveryone wants to look good at their most important moments -- their weddings, big parties or work events. Many will spend hundreds to get our hair and nails done, but when it comes to makeup, we'll usually do it at home.
Antibacterial Soap Chemical Found In 8 MN LakesA chemical commonly found in antibacterial soaps is showing up in Minnesota lakes.
Turning Birch Bark Into Cosmetics, Nutritional Supplementsirch Bark is one of the oldest trees on the planet. Now, a University of Minnesota startup company is turning its bark into a variety of products.
Good Question: Why Do We Spend So Much On Makeup? It was not the normal look for the five female hosts of “The Talk” on CBS Monday afternoon. No fake eyelashes, no hair extensions, no foundation, eye-liner or lipstick. They went makeup-free to start their season.
Makeup Prices Vary Widely From Store To StoreWhen it comes to makeup, most women are loyal to certain products, but they may not realize the price for the same item can vary widely from store to store. WCCO went shopping at five popular stores for the same five makeup products and found price differences as great as 50 percent.